See below for a list of supporting faculty members within the Integral Program.

Jim Sauerberg  |  Scholarship  |  Service  

Education:

  • Ph.D. Mathematics, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island,, 1993
    Michael Rosen: advisor
  • B.S. Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, Wisconsin,, 1988

Teaching Experience:

  • Taught upper level undergraduate courses in Number Theory, Combinatorics, Linear Algebra, and Complex Analysis. -
  • Taught eleven different Calculus courses. -
  • Supervised eight undergraduate theses. -
  • Organizer for 1995-1996 Union Undergraduate Seminars. -
  • Organized 1994 Capital District Mini-Putnam. -
  • Instructor, Brown Learning Community - Brown University
  • Instructor, College Initiative Program - Brown University
  • Coordinator, Math Resource Center - Brown University

Professional Experience:

  • Helped lead a Faculty Mathematica Workshop - Union College (December 1995)
  • Participated in MAA/NSF Mathematica in Calculus Workshop - Bowdoin College (1995)
  • Participated in MAA meetings on Computational Number Theory for Undergraduates - John Carroll University (1994)
  • Developed first Calculus course at Union College using Mathematica. -

Award:

  • Presidential Award for Teaching Excellence - Brown University (1993)

Fellowships:

  • Research and Teaching Fellowships - Brown University (1992)
    (1988-1992)
  • Knapp Fellowship - University of Wisconsin (1984)

Honor Societies:

  • Sigma Xi - Brown University (1993)
  • Phi Beta Kappa - University of Wisconsin (1988)
  • Phi Eta Sigma (Freshman Honor Society) - University of Wisconsin (1985)

Presentations:

Selected Presentations

  • Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    Academica Sinica (Taiwan)
    (August 1996)
  • Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    SUNY-Albany
    (February 1996)
  • Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    Skidmore College
    (February 1996)
  • AMS/MAA Joint Meetings (Special Session on Diophantine Equations). Sauerberg, James
    Orlando, Florida
    (January 1996)
  • Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    Brown University
    (December 1995)
  • AMS Meeting (Special Session on Number Theory). Sauerberg, James
    University of North Carolina, Greensboro
    (November 1995)
  • Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    Ohio State University
    (November 1994)
  • Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    Skidmore College
    (November 1994)
  • Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    SUNY-Albany
    (October 1994)
  • Mathematics Colloquium. Sauerberg, James
    SUNY-Albany
    (November 1993)
  • Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    SUNY-Albany
    (November 1993)
  • Five Colleges Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    Amherst College
    (October 1993)
  • Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    SUNY-Albany
    (October 1993)
  • Number Theory Seminar. Sauerberg, James
    McMaster University
    (February 1993)

Publications:

  • Sauerberg, James & Shu, Linghsueh. (). Fermat Quotients Over Function Fields. Finite Fields and Their Applications.
  • Sauerberg, James & Shu, Linghsueh. (). The Long and Short of Counting Sequences. The American Mathematical Monthly.
  • Sauerberg, James. (). Lubin-Tate Kummer Theory. .
  • Sauerberg, James, Childs, Lindsay, Moss, David & Zimmerman, Karl. (). Dimension One Polynomial Formal Groups. In Polynomial Forms and Groups.
  • Sauerberg, James, Childs, Lindsay, Moss, David & Zimmerman, Karl. (). Dimension Two Polynomial Formal Groups and Hopf Algebras. In Polynomial Forms and Groups.
  • Sauerberg, James. (). Degree Two Commutative Formal Groups and Hopf Algebras. In Polynomial Forms and Groups.
  • Sauerberg, James & Shu, Linghsueh. (). Wilson Primes for Function Fields. .
  • Sauerberg, James. (). Non-Cyclotomic Lubin-Tate Kummer Theory. .
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